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PlayStation Classic Is Bringing Back The Best Of The PS1

The PlayStation Reborn

Who doesn’t have fond memories of playing this retro console? How the iconic sound of the loading screen made us practically giddy with delight, all too eager to pick up where we left off on that secret level of Crash Bandicoot 2. While nowadays we have the technical marvel of the PS4, for many a player, the original PlayStation introduced us to crazy, addictive and awesome world of video games. Surprise, surprise, the OG console is getting a second chance at life!

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According to an article on Gamespot

“Sony has announced its own mini classic console. The company today announced the PlayStation Classic, a mini version of the original PlayStation. It comes with 20 “generation-defining” games, including Final Fantasy VII and Wild Arms, and it launches in December.

The PlayStation Classic arrives on December 3, and that’s a notable date. It’s the day that the original PlayStation launched in 1994.

The mini version is 45 percent smaller than the original PlayStation, and as you can see in the video, it captures the look of the system is based on, including its controllers.

It comes with an HDMI cable, a USB cable to power it (optional AC adatper sold separately), and two controllers.”

Are you excited for the PS1’s triumphant return to the mainstream gaming scene? While the likes of Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms already confirmed, which other titles do you think will make up the other seventeen entries? Considering these are supposedly the best of the best of the console’s generation, we’re putting our money on the likes of Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Metal Gear Solid, Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, Spider-Man, Resident Evil 2, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Tomb Raider 2 and Silent Hill! 

Be sure to check out the video below to see our picks for the Top 10 Hardest PlayStation 1 Games.

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